On November 7 and 8, Profiles in History, the world's leading dealer of authentic Hollywood artifacts presents over 1,000 fine art photographs featuring history's most legendary actresses including Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Jean Harlow, Carole Lombard, Clara Bow
, Marlene Dietrich, Bette Davis, Louise Brooks, Norma Shearer and Thelma Todd and actors including Clark Gable, Lon Chaney, Sr.
If the show flies, one can assume the rape trial of Fatty Arbuckle, the poison death of Olive Thomas, Wallace Reid's uncontrollable drug addiction, the high life of Clara Bow
and other salacious scandals will be chronicled.
A Janet Gaynor B Clara Bow
C Mary Pickford D Norma Shearer All puzzles in this supplement are supplied by Sirius Media Services.
Louise Brooks had the most famous bob of all DISTINCTIVE Z Jean Shrimpton in 1963, right, Keira Knightley today and Clara Bow
, the original "it girl", was known for her bob with pageboy fringe and slicked-down sides.
A Joan Crawford dress, John Huston's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre draft screenplay and a nude portrait of actress Clara Bow
, commissioned by her lover, Dracula star Bela Lugosi, will also be sold at Bonhams in November.
Hollywood stars loved their cars, and that fact begs the question: If Clara Bow
owned a gorgeous Rolls-Royce Phantom-and Cecil B.
Fields, along with silent screen stars Clara Bow
, Greta Garbo and Dolores Del Rio.
She is the author of Farmington and Farmington Hills, for Arcadia's "Making of America" series, and has written a screenplay about Clara Bow
Red lipsticks were first marketed in the Twenties, just after American women were granted the vote, and were dabbed on to the centre of the lips to create the "bee-stung" effect made famous by movie star Clara Bow
Director Alex Monty Canawati said that actress Jennifer Tilly, playing the "IT Girl" Clara Bow
, was the first to sense what might be called a different kind of "it.
Lux soap was doing a roaring trade at 4d a bar, using the contemporary stars Clara Bow
and Bessie Love as adverts.
Meanwhile, American performers like Clara Bow
changed the ideal shape of "flappers" from boyish to buxom, with at least one impresario forcing his chorus girls to eat fattening lunches "to make 'em curvy".